Border Agent Tactics

BY Herschel Smith
2 years, 9 months ago

News from the viper’s pit.

WASHINGTON – Video of U.S. border agents chasing Haitian migrants on horseback stirred outrage Monday, with White House press secretary Jen Psaki calling the images “horrific” and Democratic lawmakers demanding accountability.

As the Haitians tried to climb onto the U.S. side of the river Sunday afternoon, an agent shouted: “Let’s go! Get out now! Back to Mexico!”

The agent swung what appeared to be a whip or a cord, charging his horse toward the men in the river.

“I’ve seen some of the footage, I don’t have the full context. I can’t imagine what context would make that appropriate, but I don’t have additional details, and certainly, … I don’t think anyone seeing that footage would think it was acceptable or appropriate,” Psaki said.

Oh I’m quite pleased with it, but if you think that’s inappropriate, I guess you wouldn’t like my idea.

You see, I prefer to treat all of this as an invasion and position USMC snipers along the border to shoot at invaders.


  1. On September 20, 2021 at 10:17 pm, Fred said:

    How did negros get to the mex-US border? I’ve been to Mexico, negros don’t just walk around and everybody (police included) ignore them like they belong there or something.

    This might be staged. Much of the “news” is.

  2. On September 20, 2021 at 10:19 pm, Herschel Smith said:


  3. On September 20, 2021 at 10:30 pm, Fred said:

    Well? We all know how the…checks notes…Haitians got from Africa to hiati but how did they get from Haiti to the Mex-US border? Some…checks notes…Haitians don’t just walk around Mexico and everybody there is all fine and dandy with it.

  4. On September 20, 2021 at 10:34 pm, Herschel Smith said:

    Fred there has been an interminable stream of migrants from all over the place that central America has let through.

    Follow Michael Yon on this who had done great reporting.

    This is a very small fraction of who’s coming.

  5. On September 20, 2021 at 10:40 pm, George 1 said:

    The thing is if you ruthlessly protected the Border military style, you would not have to shoot many people. A couple of invaders dropped and the rest would get the idea.

    Immigration, legal and illegal, is why we no longer have a nation or really even a country anymore. Immigrants and illegal aliens are the sea the left swims in. The traditional population would never go for what the left is selling. However the “New Americans” will.

  6. On September 20, 2021 at 10:42 pm, Fred said:

    I know. Let me rephrase the question. Who is facilitating this? How did they get to central America? Why were they let into central America? Who is paying for their transport, food, etc?

    Again, foreigners don’t just walk around in Mexico like everything is all hunky dory while waltzing their way to the US border.

  7. On September 20, 2021 at 10:52 pm, George 1 said:

    Fred: There is big money involved in the current revolution against traditional Americans. A big part of the cabal’s plan is to flood America with the third world. The funding comes from people like Soros, NGOs of various sorts and Churches. The Catholic Church is close to the biggest alien smuggling organization on the planet. They distribute funds for transportation and payoffs to government officials in many countries.

    When you pay big money to Mexican officials, then they will not only allow foreigners to walk through Mexico, they will facilitate it.

  8. On September 21, 2021 at 12:09 am, Jimmy the Saint said:

    @Fred: “Who is facilitating this? How did they get to central America? Why were they let into central America? Who is paying for their transport, food, etc?”

    More than a few church groups tend to be up to their eyeballs in this sort of thing, unfortunately. Don’t know how many – if any – are involved in this particular incident, but overall – that’s a big support network.

  9. On September 21, 2021 at 1:18 am, Georgiaboy61 said:

    @ Herschel

    Re: “You see, I prefer to treat all of this as an invasion and position USMC snipers along the border to shoot at invaders.”

    Plenty of nations over the years have fortified their borders and border checkpoints with armed troops or armed police equipped with automatic weapons, searchlights, dogs, razor-wire fences, etc. Why even Mexico does it with her southern border with Honduras. Yes – that’s right: The usual suspects complaining about the border with El Norte being too restrictive and too-militarized, have one of the world’s tightest borders in the south where Mexico meets Honduras.

    Yet, when the U.S. even hints at taking such measures, we are derided as the worst thing to come down the pike since Hitler – or Genghis Khan.

    @ Jimmy the Saint

    Re: “More than a few church groups tend to be up to their eyeballs in this sort of thing, unfortunately. Don’t know how many – if any – are involved in this particular incident, but overall – that’s a big support network.”

    We owe the heroic Texas housewife-turned-investigator Ann Corcoran, the founder of “Refugee Resettlement Watch,” a great debt for her work, which is where the following was sourced.

    There’s a whole pipeline the globalists have set up to funnel the diaspora of the Third World into the First World, in particular Europe and the Anglophone world, including the U.S.A.

    It begins at the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees – yes that actually exists – who originate the “refugees” (probably this is where the globalist connection starts)> then to the country of resettlement, and the appropriate government agency, in the U.S. that’s the Department of State > who channels the people to individual charities and NGOs, such as the Hebrew International Aid Society (HIAS), World Council of Churches, and Catholic Charities, to name a few. They in turn channel the “refugees” to individual churches and non-profits around the country. The NGOs and the churches settling the people get paid on a per head resettled basis.

    It’s all a huge racket and many institutions that we once trusted, have been proven to be frauds, lairs and traitors to our society and civilization.

  10. On September 21, 2021 at 1:33 am, Georgiaboy61 said:

    Just remember folks, that the oft-repeated mantra “Diversity is our strength” is a monumental lie.

    Scholars of such things have known for years that societies which are relatively homogenous and composed mostly of people who are alike racially, ethnically, and in terms of culture and language, have the highest scores on measures of internal cohesion and stability, and also have the greatest trust between members of the society. They also have the lowest amounts of internal strife due to differences in ethnicity, culture, language, religion and other measures.

    Whereas highly-diverse or heterogeneous societies composed of many different groups or classifications of people, who are dissimilar racially, ethnically, culturally and linguistically, tend to lack internal cohesion and trust within and among members of the society, and also tend to score higher on measures of tension and internal discord. Racial and other tensions are accentuated by the relative lack of common ground between the different groups, which virtually always self-segregate into enclaves or ghettos or other distinct geographic areas. Balkanization soon follows, and that may lead to open conflict, up to and including war.

    The term “Balkanization” was coined by political scientists, geographers, and historians as a short-hand term for this process, which was so evident in the region of S.E. Europe which bears the name, not only before the First World War, but also in the 1990s.

    Prior to the passage of the 1965 Hart-Celler Act, the United States was mostly-homogeneous and had a high degree of internal stability, cohesion and trust amongst many groups of Americans. America was generous in admitting immigrants, but it was understood that the nation’s historically-European character meant that Europeans would be given preference in granting permission to enter and settle inside the country, as opposed to other groups.

    The act flipped that historic paradigm on its head, and its been that way since then, now more than half a century and counting. No nation in human history, at least recorded history, has survived intact after taking in so many dissimilar peoples from so many different and differing regions around the globe.

  11. On September 21, 2021 at 1:35 am, Georgiaboy61 said:

    Oh, and one other little meme someone dreamed up:

    “Diversity + proximity = war”

    No one with any sanity, least of all your humble correspondent, wants that outcome, but history paints a dark picture where that sort of thing is concerned. Maybe the U.S. will be fortunate and buck the historical trend…

  12. On September 21, 2021 at 4:00 am, Unknownsailor said:

    Vox Day has said for years to sink the damned ships:

    He is the the person who I first heard diversity + proximity = war from.

  13. On September 21, 2021 at 6:42 am, George said:

    Evidently the crying ones do not understand the use of mounted officers.
    The horses are excellent weapons in crowd control. And yes they use violence to get compliance. (By the way, the horses like the game.) The agent shown was using his reins. Tough titty!
    Many people do not comply to soft words and nice gestures. “Please go back. You can’t stay.” Horse hockey.
    If the person or persons do not comply then the officers must see to it that they do comply.

  14. On September 21, 2021 at 7:24 am, George said:

    “You see, I prefer to treat all of this as an invasion and position USMC snipers along the border to shoot at invaders.”
    Many, many years ago I was working with a USMC Scout Sniper team on the border in west Texas. When I took them to a crossing used by a drug cartel that employed a large contingent of armed escorts for each smuggling load, the gunnery sergeant pointed out where to employ the men and weapons for an ambush. Claymores, M60s and layout of each position.
    Sadly we could not do it.

  15. On September 21, 2021 at 7:39 am, Fred said:

    Remember when mad dog Mattis said the US military can’t be used to defend the US at the borders and Trump didn’t fire him? Yeah, good times.

  16. On September 21, 2021 at 8:05 am, George said:

    The military was tasked with controlling the border from 1876 until 1924 when the Border Patrol was founded.
    In the early years of the Patrol there were numerous armed encounters.
    Usually the Patrol officers came out on top, but not always.
    The politicization of the outfit led to reactive instead of proactive tactics.
    Now it is just lay down and quit.

  17. On September 21, 2021 at 9:50 am, Stefan said:

    At some point there will be minefields, fences and towers……aimed inward. Their playbook is limited.

  18. On September 21, 2021 at 10:21 am, Sisu said:


    I don’t think any of the above are satisfactory answers to your reasonable questions; which could be rhetorical given the dearth of reporting.

    More specifically I have been wondering the same thing – who is financing and why is there no reporting on the transport (air and sea, can’t be foot, cars, trucks or trains) of the Haitians (Note (add to your notes): Haitians have not self identified as black since I don’t know when …) to Central America or Mexico ?

    And, who has been feeding, clothing and providing for their need to relieve themselves prior to their overt invasion across the border ? …

    Also, why did it take so long to learn that the Haitians were being segregated (by the party of segregationists) under the bridge ? Are we to understand that only Haitians are entering the country illegally at present (withstanding for discussion purposes the “human trafficking” operation out of Afghanistan sponsored by the traitorous leadership of the 11-3-20 coup d’etat) ?

    Must have some deep pockets. … Perhaps CGI as an NGO is working for the CCP or CERF, UNDAC, (who knows ?). …

    Separately, has the current WH occupant or his care givers authorized payment of US outstanding dues to the UN ? … That could explain the source of some of the funds.

  19. On September 21, 2021 at 10:27 am, Fred said:

    Mrs Clinton personally visited Mexico city right as the foot caravans started a few years back. Probably just a coincidence. CGI.

  20. On September 21, 2021 at 2:33 pm, Sisu said:

    The lead-in to the above essay says it all (excerpt) –

    “Incredible is the word for the 15,000 Haitians under a bridge in del Rio, Texas. My question is “how and when did this happen?” I mean, I look around and all of a sudden, there they are. Fifteen thousand. They didn’t even come directly from Haiti. Many of them arrived from Chile and, perhaps, Brazil.

    One migrant was interviewed and said Chile was 100-times better than Haiti. But America is 1,000-times better than Haiti.

    So all of a sudden they’re here. It’s like immaculate conception. How did this happen? …”

  21. On September 21, 2021 at 3:02 pm, Georgiaboy61 said:

    @ Sisu

    The globalists have been working patiently and tirelessly since the end of the Second World War, to put their plans into action. Until his death a few years at age 101, David Rockefeller was considered the de facto head of the movement. Rockefeller stated off the record on any number of occasions that their movement could not have come so far so fast without the cooperation of the press. It stands to reason that the globalists would have needed some sort of information blackout regarding their plans, and it has been their SOP (standard operating procedure) for many years that what is said/done at Davos, at Council on Foreign Relations meetings, and so forth – is to be kept secret from non-members.

    Who is paying for all of this? The de facto armies of refugees appearing at our southern border, and in places like Europe? Like clockwork, sea-worthy ocean-going craft of various kinds ferry “refugees” from North Africa to southern Europe, the Italian or Greek coastlines, or elsewhere. When they make landfall, they immediately have spending money, due to their possession of prepaid bank cards. So who’s paying for the boats and those cards?

    The answer? The billionaire oligarchs like George Soros. People who belong to the globalist movement, not just the billionaires but their collaborators in governments far-and-wide, many of whom they have had installed for just that purpose. I’m speaking of people like Angela Merkel in Germany, Emmanuel Macron in France, Pope Francis, and EU head Jean-Claude Junker, to name a few.

    The globalists – though extremely wealthy and powerful – are small in number and are acutely aware of this vulnerability. That’s why they have spread their money around so widely and so confidentially. They’ve bought allies for themselves and largely beneath the public awareness (at least until very recently). Guys like Soros also like to remain in the shadows and operate through cutouts, proxies and intermediaries – that way, if things go sideways, they have a degree of deniability.

    All of these changes were/are meant to appear to be incidental, as the result of chance, or in any case as the result of events which are comparatively benign. That’s all camouflage, smoke-and-mirrors, designed to obscure a massive undertaking on the scale of the largest military operations ever attempted.

    Namely, the globalists’ power grab for the whole enchilada…. they want to possess and to rule the world and everything and everyone in it. Sounds like a bad script for some James Bond movie, but unfortunately, it is very real.

  22. On September 21, 2021 at 5:02 pm, scott s. said:

    “It’s like immaculate conception. How did this happen?”

    Sorry, but Immaculate Conception is a Roman Catholic doctrine made dogmatic by Pope Pius IX that declares Mary, mother of Christ, was conceived without original sin (immaculate).

  23. On September 22, 2021 at 12:16 am, Georgiaboy61 said:

    Many Americans wonder why the border with Mexico is still open and porous after so long and when so many citizens want it closed. The answer to that query is that it is open because the powers-that-be, the oligarchs and other monied interests who actually run this country, want it left the way it is – wide open.

    The corruption and rot is bipartisan and has been for a very long time. The Democrat and Republican political establishments may want the border to remain open for different reasons, but they want it left unsealed just the same.

    The Democrats see open borders and ceaseless immigration as a formula for a permanent hold upon political power. Immigrants showered with freebies and social welfare benefits make reliable Democrat voters when election time rolls around, and once “amnesty” can be hastened through Congress, even the illegals are – at the stroke of a pen – suddenly legitimate and legal. Isn’t that nice??

    Unfettered immigration also assures a steady supply of hired help to do all of those menial jobs limousine liberals don’t want to do – gardening, landscaping, and so forth…. and such offers the Nancy Pelosi types of this world a chance to virtue signal others how wonderful and compassionate they are.

    The GOP, on the other hand, wants the borders porous because if borders are sealed, labor shortages might bid wages up and make unskilled, semi-skilled and other forms of labor more expensive, and you know that the Chamber of Commerce and Fortune 500 members don’t want that. Never mind that the ocean of cheap and unaccountable labor from Mexico and Latin America has devastated our once-proud skill trades and many others in the working class and blue-collar parts of the economy, and resulted in work crews all around this land who – curiously – don’t seem to speak much English. Oh well, just another day in the NWO….

    One of the standard excuses offered up by the usual suspects in Washington, D.C. for not closing the border is that it is too-difficult a task and “can’t be done.” Maybe attaining a 100% success rate in sealing the border is impossible, but if there was ever a case of not letting perfection be the enemy of the good, this is it. It is remarkably simple to secure and seal a border well, even one as long as ours with Mexico – once the political will to do so is there. Moreover, it is also not rocket science to round up and deport people in the country illegally.

    Though many modern, politically-correct textbooks and other resources have now expunged it from their pages, history proves that it can be done. A nation can actually control its own borders and who gets in/out and when. President Eisenhower did it in “Operation Wetback” in the 1950s.

    Going back to Joe and Jane Six-pack, those folks scratching their heads and muttering under their breath, wondering what the heck is taking so long to close the danged border, they’re good people, but maybe just a bit naive in thinking that the pols in Washington actually work for them. They don’t and haven’t in some time now. The pols work for the oligarchs, and do their bidding, and do not care much about the interests or concerns of ordinary voters.

    If there is a silver lining to the dark cloud of the present chaos at the border, it is that more and more people are snapping out of their slumber and awakening to what is actually happening and why. The sleeping giant otherwise known as the “silent majority” is nothing with which to trifle, once it is fully sentient and awake. The Aussies have awakened; how long before their counterparts in this country do the same?

  24. On September 22, 2021 at 7:14 am, Bob in NC said:

    Read – or re-read ” Camp of the Saints” if you want to see how all this plays out.
    Not going to be a spoiler for anyone who hasn’t read it, but the part where onfo where on of the great unwashed breaks into a home is my favorite part of the book.

    @ Scott S- Correct, the term “Immaculate Conception” is purely a Roman Catholic expression, to further their idolatrous worship of Mary as the “Queen of Heaven.”
    But the reality that it was a virgin birth is biblically true.

  25. On September 22, 2021 at 8:35 am, Red Man said:

    The word from a friend in a border state. The whole of Border Patrol is focused on the Bridge of Haiti, while other border crossings are wide open. A report yesterday was that big semi trucks not even slowing down at the border heading north. HMMM Says me. What could be in them trucks?? Another of his bits of wisdom, The cartels aren’t stupid!

  26. On September 22, 2021 at 8:38 am, Doghauler said:

    Personally, I would be ok with Winged Hussars or an Apache raid instead of the Border Patrol

  27. On September 22, 2021 at 9:07 am, George 1 said:

    There is no Border any longer in a practical sense between ports of entry. We knew this is what the Biden regime would do as soon as they were installed.

    Trump set this up for them. In 2017 when Trump was dealing with Paul Ryan and the Turtle for funding for the wall he should have gone to the mat for that. He should have shut the entire government down until they agreed to build the wall, not settle for the fencing that they came up with for only part of the Border. A proper Border wall is not a fence.

    Trump should have also insisted on legislation to put teeth into Border enforcement and immigration reform because that is as critical as the wall and one will not work without the other. If Ryan and the Turtle would not agree then he should have gone to the people to explain the situation and asked for all pressure to be put on them. He did not even try.

    Instead Trump gave Ryan his corporate tax cuts and other Ryan agenda items with Ryan’s promise to visit the Border situation later. Trump might have gone a long way to saving the Country.

  28. On September 22, 2021 at 1:42 pm, ExpatNJ said:

    On September 20, 2021 at 10:19 pm, Herschel Smith said:

    On ABC news, morning of 09/22, a ‘journalist’ was interviewing one of these alleged refugees. The alleged refugee responded ‘si’ to several questions (as if he could not speak English). I was under the impression that Haitians spoke French?

    On September 20, 2021 at 10:17 pm, Fred said:
    “… This might be staged. Much of the “news” is.”

    Aye, there’s the rub. Thanks, Fred!

  29. On September 23, 2021 at 4:37 pm, Bob Jones said:

    If you pay attention to detail, and look closely, you will see the alleged whip is actually the rest of the reins. And the agent isn’t even touching them with his right hand! GO legacy BP! GO CBP! Down with morons! I don’t see publication of the flight plans identifying who was flying the haitians to mess-ico. I don’t see any FINCEN reports of who is funding the criminality.

  30. On September 23, 2021 at 4:41 pm, Harvey Whinestine said:

    How come we don’t have any laws that direct citizens to repell alll criminal invaders? Worked pretty well during the revolutionary war, didn’t it? We could start with bb, and pellet guns. Sting their asses, and work up the force continuum as required.

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